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Early aviators such as Charles Lindbergh are celebrated at Museum Row’s Cradle of Aviation Museum, which takes visitors through a journey of over 100 years of history. The Museum, Planetarium and Dome Theater is home to one of the largest air and spacecraft collections in the world.
At Grumman Aerospace on Long Island, a crew of 9,000 banded together to design, assemble and test the Apollo Lunar Modules that landed 12 men on the moon in 1969.
At the Cradle of Aviation and American Airpower Museum explore aviation modules and track Charles Lindbergh’s historic flight from Long Island to Paris in 1927.
Visit the laboratory that has been discovering major science breakthroughs since the late 1800s
United States Department of Energy laboratory delivering transformative technology, the site of DNA discovery